4. Bleeding Gums
High blood glucose is known to help bacteria grow wherever it is. First, you start getting red, swollen gums which will bleed while you brush your teeth. Right after you see blood on your toothbrush examine yourself in the mirror and get checked by a doctor.
3. Calf Cramps
People suffering from diabetes are familiar with cramps, especially in their legs on a daily basis. This can also lead to circulation problems and pain in some parts of the body like thighs and even buttocks. It can be eased with some supplements and rest for a while but it will only get worse after a longer time.
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